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MPD investigating reports of multiple apartment burglaries

MADISON – The Madison Police Department is warning citizens to be cautious following a recent rash of break-ins to apartment homes.

“During the last 24 hours, we have received multiple reports of burglaries to apartments along Royal Drive and Waterhill Road,” said MPD Community Relations Officer Teresa Taylor-Duncan. “These incidents involved doors being kicked in and items such as electronics being stolen.”

Officer Taylor-Duncan said residents in these areas are encouraged to call 911 if they see or hear any suspicious activity.

If anyone has video security cameras that may have captured suspicious persons, please contact MPD at tellmpd.com.

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